"Here Comes The Supernatural Anaesthetist" as written by Anthony Banks, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Michael Rutherford and Steve Hackett....
Here comes the supernatural anaesthetist.
If he wants you to snuff it,
All he has to do is puff it

He's such a fine dancer.


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"Here Comes the Supernatural Anaesthetist" as written by Michael Rutherford Anthony Banks

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  • +1
    General CommentAnother great example of Genesis as a "musician's" band rather than a casual listener's. Taken as a stand-alone I understand why Aniland would say "wtf;" however, it's meant to be listened to in continuity with the rest of the "Lamb" album. Further, like some forms of poetry, the words are not as important as the image they invoke (though there is actually a connection here to the events in the story that the album relates).
    pushthebuttonfrankon September 27, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentNot actually all that complicated. The title character is Death. That's especially clear if you listen to "Anyway," in which the arrival of Death is awaited.
    Fourtoeson April 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentA way under-rated song that actually belongs to the Hackett and Rutherford and Collins who break loose in a pretty stunning little performance revolving around Hackett's guitar solo, but the rhythm guitar is steadily hypnotic and Collins vocalistics are gorgeous and playful, sort of bouncing off of the various melodic and rhythmic gestures, and then it suddenly winds out with another ominous and beautiful run by Hackett. It just has a very interesting and unique feel, intense, layered, yet unhurried and graceful. A gem. I loved Hackett's moments in their albums of this period. I can't judge his chops, but his ideas and sonic approach were special.
    tpksummerson October 21, 2010   Link
  • -1
    General Commentlolz wtf
    Anilandon March 03, 2007   Link

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